Working with family
Learn from a senior partner and transition expert about the value of bringing outside expertise to the planning table.
A focus on shared values during disagreements can help fuel innovation rather than discontent.
Learn how these farm families and couples work together and find common ground, even when they run separate, but complementary operations.
Respect, open communication and realistic planning can help you and your farm children work together effectively and learn from each other.
A brother and sister discover if the “related party butterfly” process is the right move for their farm family.
Nurturing good relationships with all stakeholders is key to the Berry family’s growth and success with both Under and Over the Hill farms.
Doef’s Greenhouses merges a tri-gen energy partnership with a vibrant family business, local workers and a close connection to consumers – allowing them to thrive and grow, even in challenging times.
Learn about the biggest transition planning challenges most farm families encounter and how to avoid them.
Learn how to use conflict as an effective risk management tool to gain a deeper understanding of the family’s wishes for the farm.
Transferring land fairly among on-and off-farm children can be tough. Here’s advice and questions to make the process go smoothly.